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Stephanie Mercado: Live Through This

An exhibition of works by LA-based painter Stephanie Mercado. In this show, the artist reinterprets history paintings and turns them into contemporary cultural commentary.

Shifting Baselines: Texas Gulf Coast

An exhibition of photographs by Victoria Sambunaris. The show focuses on the industry of the Texas Gulf coast, exploring the ports of Galveston, Port Arthur, and...

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Fall 2015 BFA Exhibition

A show featuring works by UTSA students, including: Sabrina Alfaro, Jose Arce, Rosa Beltran, Bianca Carrion, Allysha Farmer, Christopher Garcia, Rafael Gutierrez, Donna Marple, Crystal Martinez,...

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Synthesis: Our Thoughts Form a Vision

An exhibition featuring works by Cynthia Chartier and Will Taylor with mineral specimens from Geoeccentric. Mineral specimens AND art?!

As Above So Below

A survey of objects gathered from the “golden age” of the American fraternal society. This exhibition coincides with a book release by Lynne Adele and Bruce...

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Impossible to Tell

An exhibition of works by Hector Hernandez & Robert Jackson Harrington. The artists will display work from their individual practices as well as collaborative work that...

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Sarah Fox: Surrogate

“Surrogate is at it’s core a meditation on loss and an attempt to communicate absence. The work references and takes meaning from the history animals...

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Bobby Neel Adams: Memento Mori

An exhibition of photographs playing on the 16th century theme of Memento Mori. The artist on his process: “To make these images I find road kill...

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Smoke Signals

An “exhibition is a visual response to the ever-changing channels of communication, and the ways we have shared information throughout the ages.” This show is...

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2015 Open Studios

The annual winter open studio event at the UH School of Art.

Stacy Elko & Sean Kennedy: Scapes

“An interdisciplinary collaborative event, which focuses on a total immersive environment driven by music, supported by visual and performance art.”

White on White

A juried exhibition of monochromatic works from the many hues and shades of white, and neutrals.

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